A film based on footage from the late Michael Jackson’s concert series rehearsals and behind the scenes planning has received a release date of October 28. According to a release issued by Sony Entertainment, the $60 million program will not only be released to the public but will also boast High Definition digital sound enhancements. There is no word as to who might make appearances in the flick or the final length of the picture. As previously reported on Singersroom, the film will be pieced together from well over 100 hours of footage. In related news, officials have placed a security hold on all records pertaining to the cause of Michael Jackson’s death. “To maintain the integrity of its ongoing investigation, the Los Angeles Police Department has requested a continuance of the existing ‘Security Hold’ on all Department of Coroner documents related to the Jackson investigation. Further, the Los Angeles Police Department has requested that the autopsy findings regarding the cause and manner of death remain confidential. In accordance with this request, the Department of Coroner will not comment on its completed investigation,” a statement released late Monday read.
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